IBP considers countries that score above 60 on the Open Budget Index as providing sufficient budget information to enable the public to engage in budget discussions in an informed manner. IBP considers countries scoring above 60 on participation and oversight as providing adequate opportunities for the public to participate in the budget process and providing adequate oversight practices, respectively. Benin provides few opportunities for the public to engage in the budget process.
Benin should prioritize the following actions to improve public participation in its budget process:. The legislature and supreme audit institution in Benin provide adequate oversight of the budget.
The legislature provides adequate oversight during the budget cycle. This score reflects that the legislature provides limited oversight during the planning stage of the budget cycle and adequate oversight during the implementation stage of the budget cycle. The information on this page presents a partial country summary.
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Public Participation 9 out of Read More. Budget Oversight 61 out of Read More.
Transparency Open Budget Index. Recommendations for Improving Transparency Benin should prioritize the following actions to improve budget transparency: Produce and publish a Mid-Year Review. Increase the information provided in the Year-End Report by providing a more comprehensive account of actual outcomes for expenditures and comparisons between planned outcomes and actual outcomes for revenues.
These systems have been strengthened by private and community social security initiatives. The retirement scheme for public servants is administered by the Benin National Retirement Fund FNRB under Law of 26 September containing the provisions governing civil and military pensions. Social coverage for salaried employees in the paragovernmental and private sectors.
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Social security for salaried employees in the paragovernmental and private sectors is administered by the National Social Security Fund CNSS , under law of 21 March containing the provisions governing social security in Benin. Medical care is not covered by the CNSS. The fund is financed mainly through premiums paid by employers and affiliated workers. In addition to the formal social security systems, private insurance companies offer services such as health, old-age and life insurance, which are generally available to more well-off salaried workers.